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Posted By: christeoml

Date: Sun, 2 Aug 2015

Remuneration: $4,500.00

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We are an International leading company in the health & wellness industry. Over the years, our company has been making vast paradigm shifts in the masses, in the worldview of healthy eating and nutrition. Based in Singapore, We are actively organizes health talks, both corporately and publicly in various location. We embrace a culture of diversity in our work environment and believe in harnessing an individual’s strength at work. Learning to identify key skills and development of character prepares our staff for an active and meaningful role. We look forward to having enthusiastic and talented individuals joining us on board.
The Role:
Job Scope
Responsible for planning and executive of key events, publications, promotions
Formulate strategies to improve current events
Assist with campaigns/events/seminars/roadshows
Oversee the manpower management at the events site
Responsible for production of events from conception through to completion
Providing a post event report on each event and promotion drive
Ad-hoc duties as assigned
Minimum A Levels, Diploma (local Polytechnic preferable)
Training will be provided and fresh graduates are welcome to apply
Meticulous, good team player, with good interpersonal skills
Hardworking and willing to work OT to ensure the success of each event/ promotion as required.
Independent worker, willing to work in a fast-paced environment
Good written and spoken communication skills

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